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Raul Castro and Putin held talks in New York

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Cuban President Raul Castro, who praised the intervention of the head of the Kremlin before the UN General Assembly after 10 years of absence. Read More

The US Secretary of Commerce will travel to Cuba in October

Secretary of Commerce of the United States, Penny Pritzker, will travel from 6 to 7 October to Cuba, becoming the second member of the Cabinet of Barack Obama to visit the island since the restoration of bilateral relations between Washington and Havana in July. Read More

Obama, convinced that Congress will eventually lift embargo against Cuba

The US president, Barack Obama, is convinced that the US Congress will eventually lift the embargo on Cuba. Read More

Japan and Cuba plan for November a public-private forum in Havana

Japan and Cuba are planning to hold in Havana in November its first public-private forum to expand their economic ties, according to the Kyodo news agency. Read More

CiberCuba Exceeds 4 Million Monthly Page Views After Only 10 Months; With Huge Growth Potential, This Startup Is on a Path to the Major Leagues of Cuban Online Media

Luis Flores and Luis Mazorra are two Cuban entrepreneurs, based in Spain. Back in November 2014, they decided to re-vamp and old news aggregate site called CiberCuba Read More

Cuban tourism keeps upward trend in 2015, according to Minister

During the closing ceremony of the Tenth International Event of Nature Tourism TURNAT 2015, Cuban Minister of Tourism Manuel Marrero said that over 2 million 258 thousand people have traveled to Cuba in the first 9 months of the year. The number of tourists in Cuba has grown 17.8 percent in 2015, compared to the same period last year. Read More

Obama will meet with Raul Castro today in New York

President Barack Obama and Raul Castro will meet on Tuesday in New York, where both participate in the debates of the annual UN General Assembly, announced today the White House. Read More